Global Design Project - Sketch Challenge



Welcome to another Global Design Project challenge. This week we have an awesome sketch created by Teneale Williams. 

Since moving and only unpacking a portion of my craft supplies (yes, it's killing me) I have been limited to what I could create. But I knew I just had to create something using my new Cups and Kettles Framelits Dies on page 34 of the Occasions Catalogue and the little scallops along the bottom are from the same set. I love teapots and teacups and all things pretty and my dear Mum has a huge collection of teapots. 


I made this card for my amazing Mum, who has literally been a 'beautiful blessing' and this card doesn't really come close to how thankful I am to her for recently helping us move home. It was a mammoth task (to say the least) and she was with me every step of the way. We could also not have done it without the copious amounts of English Breakfast Tea!  Thanks Mum, not just for helping us move, but for also being an amazing, beautiful Mum and Nanna, we you every much. 

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13 comments:

  1. Wow! This is an amazing card. Always love your work but this one really spoke to me. Lucky Mom to have such an appreciative daughter!

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  2. Awe I absolutely love this!! I'm still debating these framelits - you're really twisting my arm here! And I send my sympathies ... I'm still unpacking my craftroom from our move in December. 3 boxes unpacked still!

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  3. How absolutely gorgeous Louise! I always admire your cards, and this has to be a favorite. I love what you have done to the tea pot and the layers are gorgeous.

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  4. I love the way it looks like fine china. Beautiful!

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  5. love love love ❤︎ so beautiful!

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  6. Seeing your card has made me extremely thankful that I chose to get these framelits too. They arrived yesterday and I can't wait to have a play. I love your card so much that I might make my first project a CASE project, lol

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    1. A card fit for a queen Louise! So pretty!

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  8. I love how you decorated the teapot... so pretty!

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  9. I love your card, the gorgeous detailing shows the care and love for your Mum. Just like Paula, can't wait to have a play, as I've just recently received this lovely set in the mail. Would love to CASE your beautiful card. :)

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